Can Frontline Plus for dogs be used on cats? Yes, FRONTLINE Plus® / FRONTLINE® Spot On can be used on any breed of cat and dog, including collies and other herding-breed dogs which can sometimes show a sensitivity to some parasite treatments.
Is Frontline for dogs the same as Frontline for cats? FRONTLINE Plus® Cat can only be used on cats and ferrets; FRONTLINE Plus® Dog can only be used on dogs; FRONTLINE® Spot On Cat can only be used on cats; FRONTLINE® Spot On Dog can only be used on dogs and FRONTLINE Tri-Act® FOR DOGS can only be used on dogs.
What is the difference between Frontline Plus for cats and Frontline Plus for dogs? Despite the fact that fipronil and methoprene are approved for use on both dogs and cats, there is a major difference between the two types of Frontline Plus. Comparing the two products, Frontline Plus for Cats has a higher concentration of active ingredients than the dog version.
Can you treat cats with dog flea treatment? The safest answer is no. We strongly recommend to carefully read the instructions of any product you intend to apply to your pet, as many supermarket dog flea treatments are extremely toxic to cats.